7 Catalyst Questions

personal development Jan 14, 2024
Scott Perry Promoting a Blog Post About 7 Catalyst Questions

It’s challenging to set goals that are clear and specific and create a plan to achieve them in less time, with greater certainty, and less risk.1

Here are seven questions I ask clients to help establish where they are, where they want to be, and what’s in their way so we can create a success plan to close the gap efficiently and effortlessly.

  1. What’s your primary life or business goal right now? The main thing is to keep the main thing the main thing. What’s your one and only main thing?

  2. What’s your definition of success in that endeavor? Any path will get you there if you don’t know where you’re going. Where do you want to be?

  3. What’s missing, broken, or needs work? What problem are you solving? Getting what you want is about problem-solving and making decisions better.2

  4. What do you need help with? Where do you seek clarity, direction, or insight? What got you where you are won’t get you where you want to be. What’s missing, broken, or needs work?

  5. What’s the consequence of continuing to just keep doing what you’re doing? You’ve got to change to change.3 What’s at stake if you don’t change? What’s the cost of time, money, or well-being?

  6. What have you done so far to try to resolve your biggest challenges? Often, the most significant success force multiplier is to stop doing what doesn’t work.4 What do you know doesn’t work?

  7. What resources or assets can you leverage to get clearer and closer to what you want? No one wins alone.Who do you know that can help? What do you already possess that you could better leverage?

Answering these questions helps you objectively define what’s now, what’s next, and what matters. This makes establishing the necessary essential steps easier, making closing the gap effortless.

If you want to share your responses with me and get some help getting clear and closer to what you want in life and business, click here now.

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Scott Perry, Chief Difference-Maker at Creative on Purpose

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